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Episode 7 : Footloose Mel

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Episode 7 : Footloose Mel

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Season 9

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30m

Mel 86es a group of ""hoodlums,"" unaware that they're the break dancers expected to perform at the diner as part of an arts festival.


Episodes
Episode 1 : Romancing Mister Stone
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Episode 2 : Space Sharples
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Episode 3 : Big, Bad Mel
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Episode 4 : Houseful of Hunnicutts
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Episode 5 : Tommy's Lost Weekend
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Episode 6 : Undercover Mel
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Episode 8 : Vera's Anniversary Blues
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Episode 9 : Kiss the Grill Goodbye
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Episode 10 : Vera, the Nightbird
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Episode 11 : Alice Doesn't Work Here Anymore (1)
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Episode 12 : Alice Doesn't Work Here Anymore (2)
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Episode 13 : The Night They Raided Debbie's
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Episode 14 : One on One
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Episode 15 : Vera's Grounded Gumshoe
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Episode 16 : Th-th-th-that's All, Folks
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